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|Jeff Sharlet Part 2|
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Keywords: BeyondThePale; WBAI; Iran; Iraq; Christian Right
Keywords: Beyond The Pale; WBAI; Rick Warren; Christian Right; Inauguration; Evangelical
|Jeff Sharlet Part 3|
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Keywords: Beyond The Pale; WBAI; Texa; Textbooks; Christian Right
|BLACKWATER : THE SHADOW WAR - WHITE NOISE|
If the Republicans lose in 2008, they will leave office armed and dangerous. Bush's Praetorian Guard could presage the final stage in the collapse of American democracy. http://www.indypendent.org/?p=1230 BLACKWATER'S WAR CRIMES / Many of the legal experts say there almost literally is no law that could be applied to Blackwater, except war crimes. There clearly is jurisdiction and a basis to act against them under the War Crimes Act...
Keywords: Blackwater; Bush; Cheney; GOP; WAR; christian right; mercenaries; total imunity
Keywords: BeyondThePale; WBAI; Anti-Semitism; Christian Right; Separation of Church and State; Pentagon; Military Religious Freedom Foundation
Keywords: Beyond The Pale; WBAI; Uganda; The Family; Anti-Gay; Rick Warren; Christian Right
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|For The Record #80 - Fascism à La Mode - Dave Emory|
FTR #80 One of the most important elements in French electoral politics as the century draws to a close, Jean-Marie Le Pen and his fascist National Front have succeeded by using a political formula similar to that being used by the American right. Founded by former Gestapo and SS collaborators and veterans of the Vichy fascist government that collaborated with the Nazis, the National Front is the proudly outspoken heir to the Vichy...
Keywords: Jean-Marie Le Pen; New Right; National Front; France; Vichy; Christian Right
Keywords: Beyond The Pale; WBAI; Anti-Gay; Anti-Semitism; Phelps; Christian Right; Yom Kippur
|Jewish Film Festival|
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Palestinian Statehood Bid,Egypt,Rick Perry and Christian Right
Keywords: Beyond The Pale; WBAI; Nadia Hijab; Issandr al Amrani; Michelle Goldberg; Egypt; Rick Perry; Christian Right; UN; Palestine; statehood
|New World Notes 113 - Michael Parenti vs. God & His Demons, Part 2 - Kenneth Dowst|
30-minute weekly radio program for May 4, 2010. In a telephone interview on April 6, 2010, Left-leaning political scientist Michael Parenti discusses his new book, God and His Demons (Prometheus Books)--a survey of the woes caused in the name of, and by, Organized Religion. In this second of two parts, Parenti discusses the unholy alliance of the Church, the nation-state, and economic power; ... FEMA's enlistment of the clergy to preach obedience to authority; .....
Keywords: Air Force Academy; atheism; Christianity; Christian Right; church; clergy response team; corporation; FEMA; God; God and His Demons; Giordano Bruno; Montaigne; nation; Michael Parenti; Pastor Tilton; religion; Robert Tilton; state; Roy Zimmerman; televangelist
|Alternative Views #543,544: HOLY TERROR (PARTS I&II) - Frank Morrow|
543. HOLY TERROR (PART I) Through an interview and an incredible documentary we take a comprehensive look at the radical Christian Right and its efforts to take over political power at all levels of society. Through information provided by undercover agents and by monitoring of Christian Coalition TV programs, the documentary shows the strategies, the deviousness, and the dangers which these religious fanatics pose to secular society and civil liberties...
Keywords: Alternative Views; Alternative Information Network; progressive media; alternative media; public access television; Frank Morrow; Doug Kellner; Austin Community Television; documentary; Christian Right; political power; secular society; civil liberties; Christian Coalition TV; book; Holy Terror
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|Liberty News TV--Episode 13|
The influence of the Christian Right on U.S. politics has gone largely unheralded by the mainstream press. In this, our one-year anniversary show, we delve into what has become a major schism in American ideology: Christ the peacemaker versus Christ the warrior and avenger (what we call the "Corporate Christ.). Instead of turning the other cheek, Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson and others on the right urge Americans to pick up a gun and go to war...
Keywords: Liberty News, Liberty News TV, Christian Right; Liberty News TV; fundamentalism; rapture; theocracy; dominionism; patriot act; right to privacy; privacy; aclu; jesus christ; jesus; christ; christian; moral values; faith and values; Rick Santorum; Falwell; Pat Robertson; James Dobson; Family Research Council; Focus on the Family; faith; corporate Christ; Book of Revelation; End Times; antichrist; Ralph Reed; Christian Coalition; ten commandments; theme parks
|People United - June 24, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio on the state of reproductive rights here in Texas with Sarah Wheat of Planned Parenthood of the Texas Capital Region, Katie Vitale of the Lilith Fund, and Blake Rocap of NARAL Pro-Choice Texas.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; reproductive rights; reproductive health; health screenings; pregnancy prevention; sexually transmitted infections; sexually transmitted diseases; contraception; birth control; Texas; state legislature; legislative session; special session; capitol; Sarah Wheat; Planned Parenthood; Katie Vitale; Lilith Fund; Blake Rocap; NARAL; Pro-Choice Texas; Medicaid; federal funds; Indiana; Mitch Daniels; Rick Perry; presidential ambitions; political ambitions; sonogram bill; verbal description; medical license; lawsuit; Center for Reproductive Rights; culture war; Texas State Board of Education; SBOE; Texans for Life; religious right; Christian right; Tea Party; abortion; safe abortion; legal abortion; illegal abortion; abortion access; Hyde Amendment; defund; defunding; budget; family planning; slashed; budget cuts; state budget; federal budget; John Boehner; Barack Obama; Washington; social issues; social justice; reproductive justice; current events
|People United - August 26, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with _Texas Observer_ contributors Abby Rapoport and Forrest Wilder about the presidential candidacy of Texas Governor Rick Perry.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Texas Observer; Abby Rapoport; Forrest Wilder; Rick Perry; political races; Texas; statewide; national; Democrats; Republican; primaries; Agricultural Commissioner; Lieutenant Governor; Governor; President; White House; Federal Reserve; Ben Bernanke; Tea Party; Ron Paul; George W Bush; Karl Rove; Dave Carney; political ambition; presidential aspirations; swing voters; core constituencies; religious right; Christian right; James Leininger; theocratic historiography; David Barton; Barack Obama; Joe Biden; John McCain; Sarah Palin; economy; incumbency; challenger; establishment; public health; health mandate; HPV vaccine; Garbisol; Merck; sexual health; punitive narrative; Texas State Board of Education; New Apostolic Reformation Movement; The Response; prayer rally; redemption rally; John Hagee; Alice Patterson; government spending; government jobs; education; schools; budget; budget cuts; school districts; Lone Star State; United States; politics
|People United 2014-09-05 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United presents coverage of "State of Denial: Where Marriage Equality Stands in Texas," a panel inspired by a photographic essay from the July 2014 Texas Observer about same-sex couples legally married outside the state but living inside. The panelists include the original article's author, Jo Ann Santangelo, and one of her featured couples, Cleopatra De Leon and Nicole Dimetman, married with a child and challenging Texas's same-sex marriage ban in federal...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; State of Denial; Where Marriage Equality Stands in Texas; Jo Ann Santangelo; The Texas Observer; Nicole Dimetman; Nicole De Leon; Cleopatra De Leon; Cleo De Leon; Lauren Zurbrügg; Equality Texas; Elizabeth Brenner; Liz Brenner; Austin LGBT Bar Association; Reverend Margaret Walker; Monica Warn; Jen Reel; Edith Windsor; Edie Windsor; Thea Spyer; Chuck Smith; Martin L C Feldman; Martin Feldman; same sex; couple; marriage equality; gay rights; LGBT; lesbian; gay; bisexual; transgender; federal; lawsuit; court; case; ruling; Fifth Circuit; Defense of Marriage Act; Supreme Court; United States v Windsor; United States; Louisiana; Mississippi; Texas; legislature; legislation; bill; law; adoption; birth certificate; second parent; discrimination; employment; consent; reparative therapy; Republican; Tea Party; Christian right; religious right; religion; theology; interpretation; pluralism; faith; freedom; family; urban; rural; North; South; sexual orientation; gender identity; equal protection; social acceptance; social justice; struggle; history; current events
|People United - April 8, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio about government targeting of activists with Will Potter, author of the book Green Is the New Red: An Insider's Account of a Social Movement under Siege; Scott Crow, author of the memoir Black Flags and Windmills: Hope, Anarchy and the Common Ground Collective; retired FBI agent Colleen Rowley; Michael May, who produced the segment "My Way or the FBI Way" for Public Radio International's This American Life, and who now serves as M...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; Green Is the New Red; Will Potter; Scott Crow; Black Flags and Windmills; Colleen Rowley; FBI; The Federal Bureau of Investigation; Michael May; My Way or the FBI Way; This American Life; Public Radio International; The Texas Observer; Debbie Russell; American Civil Liberties Union; ACLU of Texas; social movments; environmental activism; animal rights; arnarchists; informants; government surveillance; counterterrorism; terrorism; eco-terrorism; vandalism; sabotage; tactics; frame; framing; scapegoating; double standards; anti-abortion violence; white supremacy; religious right; Christian right; corporate interests; Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act; public sector; private sector; J Edgar Hoover; COINTELPRO; Counter Intelligence Program; Church Committee; Frank Church; Bush Administration; John Ashcroft; Justice Department; Obama Administration; September 11th; 9/11; Patriot Act; First Amendment; Republican National Convention; Brandon Darby; Brad Crowder; Bradley Crowder; David McKay; David McKay Trial; history; current events
|People United 2014 Mar 21 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation with Carrie Tilton-Jones and Maribel Falcon about the newly founded Women's Community Center of Central Texas and its inaugural event, the first annual Women's Empowerment Conference of Austin (WE Con Austin). They spoke at the radio station on March 18, 2014.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Carrie Tilton-Jones; Maribel Falcon; Women's Community Center of Central Texas; Women's Empowerment Conference of Austin; WE Con Austin; Cassandra Johnson; Andrea Zarate; Women's Resource Center; University of Texas at Austin; Planned Parenthood; Girls Empowerment Network of Austin; GEN Austin; SafePlace; Safe Place; allgo; Lilith Fund; NARAL Pro-Choice Texas; Workers Defense Project; Proyecto Defensa Laboral; PDL: Cooperation Texas; 5604 Manor; Latinitas; MonkeyWrench Books; Ballet Afrique; Las Comadres para las Americas; Alma de Mujer Center for Social Change; Equality Texas; Financial Literacy Coalition of Central Texas; Congress of Racial Equality; CORE; National Organization for Women; NOW; Fund Texas Women; RH Reality Check; Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act; Paycheck Fairness Act; Affordable Care Act; Texas State Legislature; Orange Summer; Austin Feminist Tweetup; #atxfem tweetup; Virginia's List; Virginia Pickel; Andrea Grimes; Lisa Scheps; Rocío Villalobos; Heather Busby; Jo Reichler; Brigid Hall; Cristina Tzintzún; Carlos Pérez de Alejo; Nichole Marín Baena; Nikki Marín Baena; China Smith; Brittany Yelverton; intersectionality; hierarchy; disability; race; people of color; whiteness; class; low income; patriarchy; heteropatriarchy; men; women; girls; feminism; gender; queer; transgender; LGBT; LGBTQ; legislative process; legislative session; abortion bill; abortion omnibus bill; contraception; reproductive health; reproductive justice; health care; child care; pay equity; violence; domestic; teen; teenage; dating; religious right; Christian right; values; ideology; branding; framing; marketing; image; organizing; alliance; allyship; ally; privilege; subordination; oppression; liberation; struggle; grassroots; organizing; solidarity; education; policy; resource; referral; network; diversity; inclusion; human rights; safe space; dialogue; community; Central Texas; Texas
|People United 2013 May 03 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features an update on the 83rd Texas Legislature from six contributors to The Texas Observer, editor Dave Mann, reporter Patrick Michels, staff writer Forrest Wilder, and interns Beth Cortez-Neavel, Liz Farmer and Olivia Messer. They spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on April 15, 2013.
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